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Kupuna

Hawai‘i chef Ed Kenney talks story with Aunty Lei to find out what it was like growing up on the island of Lāna‘i. In Hawaiian they call her elder or “kupuna". She shares her stories joyfully and we are a better community for it.

Kupuna

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